Category Archives: Hard-Won Right to Vote

Ensure you register for that hard-won right to vote.

The Great Votes for Women demonstration, 21 June 1908. An estimated 250,000 took part. Source: https://twitter.com/FeministPics/media Source: https://twitter.com/FeministPics/media Such a pity today when some young women (in common with some young men) choose not to vote or even register to vote. … Continue reading

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The Hard-Won-Easily-Lost Right to Vote.

The historically, hard-won right to vote in a democratic British society was not willingly conceded by the political class at the time, but equally can still be rather easily lost again through political calculation or neglect e.g. as in the case of the … Continue reading

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